Two wrongs don’t make a right, but two rights make something worthwhile (or at the least hype-worthy). That is exactly what listeners are getting with J. Cole‘s random “Any Given Sunday” summer releases in anticipation for his debut album hitting shelves later this month. The latest of these gems comes in the form of Neverland, a bouncing record with both Chase N. Cashe and the North Carolinian behind the boards. Bars and all, the collaboration works well here, although it won’t be thrown onto Cole’s debut track list. Neverland can be downloaded directly through Cole’s Dreamvillain website, as will the rest of his Sunday releases up until the album drop date. Whether or not Cole takes over the charts, all eyes (and ears) will be on the Roc Nation phenom come September 27, for a first taste of Cole World: A Sideline Story. I’ll be right in line with the rest of Hip Hop Nation.
Written by Sigurd on 09/6/11
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